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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Taman Impian Emas Night Market

During the September holidays, we ventured out again in search for more night markets in Johor Bahru. Considered any achievement unlocked as we conquered yet another pasar malam which opens every Thursday evening.

Stretching from Jalan Impian Emas 3 to Jalan Impian Emas 5, mobile vendor stalls start to set up from 5pm onwards. Even though the scale of the night market is not very big, it was a breeze to walk as the roads are wide.

The season of durian seems a little quieter this year. 

We had some quick bites to start our walk.

The children are always happy to spot their favourite hawkers. :) Uncle selling Muah Chee seems to be stationed at most night markets as we always see him! His Muah Chee is very yummy and popular among local and foreigners. The couple pair fries one of the best carrot cake we had in JB so far.


Before we even reach the end of the line, our tummies were almost full.


Have a craving for smelly toufu? You can try your luck if you can spot any stall selling at the end of the pasar malam. So far we only learnt of the night markets at Ksl and Impian Emas has mobile vendor smelly toufu.

Just as we thought we have finished our food hunt, this stall selling crabs caught our eyes. Its interesting to see how they cooked/bbq the crabs on the streets. I must admit just looking at it makes me drool.


We ordered and packet 4 crabs back to our hotel for late night snack. The crabs does not have lots of meat but it tasted okay.


Happy faces after a satisfying meal sampling various food at the night market.


Taman Impian Emas Night Market
Address: Jalan Impian Emas 4, Taman Impian Emas, 81300, Skudai, Johor
GPS: 1.542464, 103.682161
(Opens every Thursday, from 5pm)

11 comments:

  1. Drooling while looking at all the yummy food ;P' JB, hope to cya again soon! Thks for ur kind sharing!

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  2. We love exploring pasar malams in Malaysia! Thanks for sharing this!

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  3. This looks so happening! The food looks authentic and yummy...

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  4. I miss the Pasar Malams! and the bbq crabs look iteresting :)


    cheers, Andy
    (SengkangBabies.com)

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  5. Wow, that fried carrot cake sounds good to have at a pasar malam! Indeed, a fun exploration trip to JB for the family! :)

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  6. I miss all the pasar malam in Malaysia... Grew up in Malaysia so I frequent pasar malam almost every week!!!

    Jamie Chaw,
    (http://karmie080808.blogspot.sg)

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  7. Don't really like to venture out to Jb by driving, however your post of food is so tempting!

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  8. I always love your JB travel tips! Where to go, what to eat, where to stay... you make JB look less frightening and more enjoyable lolol

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  9. I go to JB quite often with my parents, but never really went to a night market. Should do this the next time we go. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Hi, Great blog you have :)
    Would you know if Taman Impian Emas Pasar Malam is still open in March 2017?
    Or any other pasar malams open on Thursday?
    thanks for your help!

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  11. Hi Lynn, Many thanks for liking. Our last visit was during the September holidays in 2016. I believe they are still open. So far that is the only Thursday night market that we visited. Haven't venture the other night markets yet but you can find the listing from http://www.sgmytaxi.com/jb-night-market/

    Hope this helps :)

    Cheers,
    BPDGTravels

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